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Between Highway 218 and Highway 288, Buriram, Thailand
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Reviewed 14 October 2018

This Monument really stands out. It's very well done but you need to be on foot to experience it properly.

Thank LorrainePAustralia
Reviewed 10 August 2018 via mobile

Nice monument in the middle of roundabout, they is few parking space at the serounding. Overall very well maintain and decorate.

Thank RR1231
Reviewed 2 April 2018

Located in the Center of the largest Roundabout in Buriram is this Wonderful Statue of an Elephant being ridden into Battle carrying King Rama 1 & some other men.I have appreciate amazing Artwork & this Huge Statue is just that. Whether viewed by day or...More

Thank CrossTo
Reviewed 5 February 2018 via mobile

A huge monument of King Rama 1 astride the back of an elephant. Probably the most impressive welcome to a city I’ve seen so far. Worth a visit and a close look.

Thank Vmunday
Reviewed 14 November 2017 via mobile

Stoped of here quickly to pay my respects after a long hot day . It was evening time and I would definitely recommend about 19:00 or later to visit as it seemed so peaceful, yet it is set at a busy junction.

Thank MickyToughMudder
Reviewed 5 August 2017 via mobile

Commanding your attention, in the Centre of the largest Roundabout in Buriram is this Wonderful Statue of an Elephant being ridden into Battle carrying King Rama 1 & some other men. I'm not into War & Battles but I do appreciate amazing Artwork & this...More

Thank October-Sweet
Reviewed 16 May 2017

The statue of King Rama on an elephant is visible from a long distance and it just gets bigger as you approach it. Parking is available on one side near the motor cycle workshop but as it is situated in the middle of the roundabout...More

Thank David W
Reviewed 14 March 2017

In night this area had light decollate there a place near the monument that can sit and has a milk ,tea or coffee . Here is a spot that Thai people who came to Buriram have to visit.

Thank C.H.A.N. V
Reviewed 27 December 2016 via mobile

A little bit out of the city but still nearby. On an important intersection towards the I-mobile stadium and Buri Ram Castle. in the middle of a roundabout sitting on a majestic Elephant. King Ram I, first king of the Chakri dynasty. The surrounding statues...More

1  Thank fabian4fabian
Reviewed 20 December 2016

So if you're into roundabouts, this is for you. Actually, it is worth seeing, occasionally religious ceremonies are held here. It's called the 'Chang Roundabout" in Buriram.

Thank Davu1
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